A CHAS Zoom Lecture: ‘Uncovering the social and economic role of uplands in south-west Ireland, c. 1450-1850’ by Dr Eugene Costello
Dr Eugene Costello is a historian and archaeologist whose main interest is in the landscapes and social practices of rural communities. He studied in UCC and the University of Sheffield, before he undertook a PHd in NUI Galway in 2016. He has taught in Galway, Cork and Stockholm where he is currently based. He has published widely. His book Transhumance and the Making of Ireland’s Uplands, 1550-1900 (Boydell Press, 2020) has been described as the first major interdisciplinary approach to the diversity and decline of the practice of moving cattle to upland areas in summer.
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The CHAS lecture series is sponsored by the Cork City Council, Heritage and Biodiversity Plan.
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